MozillaZine Reports on Firebird Name Debate

Sunday April 20th, 2003

Clay writes: " now has an article about the Firebird name debate. Is it true that MozillaZine was hacked?"

To the best of our knowledge, MozillaZine was not hacked on Friday. From what we understand, a large load on the MySQL database put a lot of strain on the server. This caused the error messages that some users saw while using site features such as the Talkback article comments pages and the forums. At some points during the day, MozillaZine went down completely. For this reason, the Talkback pages and the forums were temporarily disabled but should now be fully working again.

#9 Navigator, No?

by PC1

Sunday April 20th, 2003 2:33 PM

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Lets not eat our own flesh in the Open Source Community.<Br> <Br> Why not call it "Internet Explorer",or "Power Point", that would be fun, no? or is it because MS have more money and more lawyers?<Br> <Br> I have read an interesting option some time before suggesting that just keep it Mozilla Navigator and Mozilla Messenger since the new (seperate) components of Mozilla are soon to come.<Br> <Br> Even if the final decision was to rename Phoenix to Firebird, I will still call all my shortcuts Phoenix or even "Firechick" (a smaller feathery animal)...<Br>